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for that few years at the state department was best gift. >> the mix of foreign policy to describe her time in state and seem to all agree he was a more cautious secretary of state. but i think that can stem from a number of things. i think she by nature is a more cautious person and maybe thinking about 2016 and also could have been a lot of pressure from the administration to be cautious. i'm with luke, i think the american people have short term memories and b i don't think foreign policy is on their radar. if you look at things they care about, foreign policy is nowhere on that list. they only care with foreign policy as it connects to the economy. if anything, her time at state will benefit her. if you can picture her on the debate stage with chris christie, who doesn't have any foreign policy experience. if you look at it that way, i think it only benefits her. i think benghazi is not going to define her legacy long term. >> speaking of benghazi, there's something we need to compare, the two secretaries of state that preceded her, you find they had several ben gazdyes and it's worth n
tensions over china's controversial new air defense so after months of intense u s foreign policy efforts in the middle east and budget flights at home. the us is now trying to re establish connections in the region but in a ride today in tokyo where you will seek to push forth in agreement with japan on the twelve nation mauled by a trillion dollar trans pacific partnership trade deal. better known as the ttp his trip comes less than a month before on ministerial meeting between the related countries where they will negotiate to conclude the tee pee pee by the end of this year. but biden's trade agenda has been overshadowed by a heightened tensions in the region. after china declared a new arizona. it overlaps with one already said the budget and tells the covers islands controlled by a tokyo. china has become more assertive in the east china sea. under present she didn't came. and this is putting the stages two economic giants china and japan in direct military competition. weary of a rising china. biden will address the issue and seek clarity regarding china's intentions when he meets
director of center for foreign policy at the sun is too cute. thank you for joining us they do well professor were there any clues that north korea's number two and head of the state's most powerful party would be to post. i carried you in an open and do you live in but not on though it appears though indonesian men. i would say that there's not many of you that to be the pride but. the if the blow out so often that to give us some examples of some of her naps. me i'm a bit and development should be viewed in the up and get out of the kingdom ended up with incredible if they get taller as a leader. we have to admit i now know that north korea is that the inability to agree that if the up to them i think that the home of a few credits to spend it on good thing too. so the ride it was only possible because of its kind of him. i'm not in a cute family. and because of that you feel the love of keith wife the death of him going and then i'm going to yishun was not at the canon it and bear in mind that in korean history than in any benefit that the common man cannot wait to go with it pet
't think it was well conceptualized and i don't think it has furthered chinese foreign policy or national security. >> woodruff: so what you have seen happen, campbell, is u.s. japan, south korea, continues military fights over that airspace, that airspace, was this -- what are the chance this is becomes a diplomatic standoff and escalates from that to a military standoff involving any of those players? >> what has gone on between japan and china has now gone on for over a year and this is like a case of the mumps, you know, it comes and goes. these territorial issues are nothing new in asia, but this particular cycle has been longer and more intense. i think the most likely thing is not a diplomatic crisis which then turns into a military crisis, but a lone actor, a guy on a fishing boat or a plane captain that basically exceeds what, you know, hopefully are occurrence rules of engagements and there is a collision or a crash or a local crisis which then has an intense short duration but in that particular area which will really cause a crisis in relations between china and japan. >> wood
.s. foreign policy so they have to get on board at some point. later this week in bahrain, foreign ministers from the united states, from the u.k., gulf states, egypt will be meeting and sitting down. they invited their iranian counterpart as well. we can learn more about how this agreement is going to play out. >> yeah. so we'll have to see how that plans out, hadley. another follow-up. cutting things, that's interesting when we're wondering what was going to happen with iran. >> exactly. he gave me a wink. he said there was going to be fights with the ministries. he didn't want to touch education or hurt welfare basically spending. he doesn't want to hurt the israeli middle class because the middle class are the people that elected him. he's a former news man himself. he's coming in from the outside. he went after defense spending. it is a bit tricky when you're surrounded in the region, but he said it's something we have to take a look at. >> hadley, thanks for that. great stuff. the latest from tel aviv. still to come on "worldwide exchange." who needs twitter? i'm joined by the nasdaq s
, prosecution, and public security organizations said he had done serious harm to the party's policies and its measures to defend people. the newspaper pointed to chung's initiative to promote foreign investment in the country. it said he had thrown the country's fiscal management system into turmoil and put the precious resources at low prices. the party said purging chung and its synthesizers has dealt a blow. north korea's announcement drew surprise from around the world. we asked an expert on politics in the north about development in the secretive country. >> translator: the north korean leadership confirmed the dismissal after making careful procedural arrangements in a very formal manner. it is safe to say that chung has been completely removed from the center of power. in other words, he has been dismissed from the government and lost his party membership. the leadership made it certain chung will never again get near the inner circle of authority. there will be little damage to the kim dynasty, as chung is only a relative by marriage to the north korean leader. he formerly yielded pow
. although continue to depend on current ministries and agencies as sources, the defense and foreign ministries and the national police agency mainly. the promise appears to be focusing for now on coordinating intelligence and policies. >> thanks, as always. >>> members of the upper house of germany's parliament have filed a lawsuit to ban the far right national democratic party. they want them ousted saying the party shows an affinity for hitler's nazis. members of the parliament represent 16 federal states. the ndp has no actual seats in the federal department. some fear they could destabilize the democracy. angela merkel has said the government shows support for the actions. ndp have called for the end of immigration and german citizenship for foreign nationals. they have been gaining support in areas hit by high unemployment rates, mainly in the former east germany. if the lawsuit fails, there are concerns that could give the ndp legitimacy as a political party. >>> ukraine's parliament rejected a no-confidence motion against the government. the failed vote has plunged the countr
. it said he had done serious harm to the party system policies and its measures to defend people. the newspaper pointed to chinese initiative to promote foreign investment in the country it said he had thrown the country's fiscal management system into turmoil and sold the country and its precious resources at low prices. the party said purging china and its sympathizers has dealt a blow to those who would try to form internal factions they're korea's announcement confirming the disposal of a member of kim jones inner circle of true surprise from around the world. we ask how jimmy is in the un expert on politics in the north. about developments in the secretive country. as the thinking going home to the north korean leadership confirmed the dismissal of the making and proceed to arrangements in a very formal and i don't think it's safe to say that china has been completely removed from the center of her. in other words he is being dismissed from the government and lost his party membership of the body from the leadership made it so isn't it time will never again can anyone really
on to foreign exchange rates we are seeing across on this curve. euro, fairly steady after a change in this rate. mario draghi suggested that policy tools are still up in the air. he didn't sound overly dovish about launching further stimulus programs. that has been supportive for the trade. dollar/yen rates, 102 handle is what we're looking at today. australian dollar below 109. let's check in with li sish juan out of singapore. >> thank you, karen. asian markets wrapped up the week on u.s. jobs numbers and that could provide a tipping point for the fed trigger. the nikkei 225 stabilized, rebounding 0.8% after the 0.6% drop over the past two sessions. the abe government unveiled the $54 billion stimulus package that's aimed at offsetting the sales tax in april. and the shanghai composite pulled further ahead. meanwhile, the hang seng index added 0.1%. elsewhere, south korea and australia both ended just a tad lower. as for individual stocks, chinese property stocks came under some pressure after the official china securities journal reported beijing may remove caps on property prices next year,
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